LSU preferred walk-on punter and former St. Thomas More standout Bailey Raborn was arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle while intoxicated last night in Lafayette. He was charged with a first-offense OWI.

Raborn refused a breathalyzer after police officers suspected he was intoxicated after his the vehicle he operated rear ended another car, according to Cpl. Paul Mouton of the Lafayette Police Department.

LSU sports information director Michael Bonnette told Ross Dellenger of The Baton Rouge Advocate head coach Les Miles is gathering information on Raborn's arrest before releasing an official comment on the matter.

A first-team All-District 4-4A kicker, Raborn originally committed to play football at UCLA before changing his commitment to the Tigers last December.

Last night's arrest marks the second for Raborn in Lafayette, according to Trey Labat of The Advertiser. In 2014, police arrested Raborn for possition with intent to distribute a Schedule IV narcotic.